Delaware DOJ Secures Student Loan Debt Relief for ITT Tech Students
The Consumer Protection Unit of the Delaware Department of Justice has announced over 23,000 dollars in student loan debt relief for students of ITT Tech, a failed for-profit college.
Attorney General Kathy Jennings made the announcement on Monday, that would provide relief for 5 former ITT Tech Students from Delaware, as part of a 43-state settlement. The settlement states that Student CU Connect offered deceptive loans at the college.
ITT Tech filed for bankruptcy in 2016 following action by the U.S. Department of Justice to restrict it’s access to federal loan aid and investigations by state’s attorneys general into their loan process.